Former producer Monica Landers ’91 takes the reins as director of communications for Schlotzsky’s.
Alumni share memories of their adventures from living on campus.
For 40 years, TCU’s top journalist Bob Schieffer ’59 — Washington’s good-guy reporter and tireless news hound — always got the story. In his new book he shares behind-the-scenes dirt on how he pulled it off.
Col. Mary Ann Drussa-Dossin ’74 will become the Marines’ first general who is also a mom.
Mary LaRue Clark ’75 founded a nonprofit to help foreign-born music students find housing and financial support.
The Rev. Terry Rothermich ’93 found a way to combine his passion for music with ministry.
Claude Ware ’46 (MBA ’48), a 78-year-old Buddhist monk, found a circuitous path to enlightenment serving as the administrative assistant for the Secretary General of the Vietnamese American Buddhist Congress.
New York fashion model and consultant Catherine Lippincott ’85 is championing the cause of 47 million “plus-size” women in America.